Interested in learning more about the practice of design research and how it informs product design? Come see Austin Center For Design (AC4D) students present the results of their design research and synthesis studio class.
Students Conner Drew, Elijah Parker, and Sally Hall will present the results of design research and synthesis conducted on the topic of food sustainability, specifically on how healthy food is accessed among low-income individuals in Austin, TX.
Students Kelsey Willard and Garrett Bonfantiare will present the results of design research and synthesis conducted on the topic of affordable housing within Austin, TX.
Presentations start promptly at 7:00 PM and finish at approximately 8:00 PM, and will be followed by an end of quarter celebration - an opportunity to meet and connect with current students, faculty, alumni, and members of the Austin design community.
This event will be live streamed on the AC4D facebook page.
About Austin Center for Design
Austin Center for Design, an educational program in Austin, Texas, is a unique school intended to help you develop autonomy through design.
We teach the practice and theory of interaction design—designing products, services, and interactions to change human behavior and improve the world.
Our emphasis is on addressing humanitarian problems. We focus on problems that matter, and students learn to recontextualize design in the space of large-scale "wicked problems."
Our classes sizes are small—providing extensive face-time with professors and the opportunity to form lasting relationships with a growing support network.
A SUPPORTIVE COMMUNITY
We've developed a supportive, collaborative community of alumni to help current students succeed and to help one-another drive impact.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Email Eric from AC4D at email@example.com.